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BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Bournemouth 0 0 0 0
4 Chelsea 0 0 0 0
5 C Palace 0 0 0 0
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Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil led the league in chances created last season.
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil led the league in chances created last season.

With the 2015-16 Premier League season beginning on Saturday, here's a look at some of the statistics that define the 20 clubs and their players, along with what some of those numbers might mean for the upcoming season. (Clubs are listed in alphabetical order.)

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil was frequently derided last season, his second with the Gunners. But he created a chance (that is: made a pass that led directly to a shot) every 28 minutes last season, the best rate in the league among the 168 players with at least 15 chances created. That came after he created a chance every 31 minutes in his first Arsenal season, so look for Ozil to again be one of the best playmakers in the league as Arsenal aims to improve upon last season's third-place finish.

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 By Nick Miller

Jose Mourinho and Chelsea could regret lack of transfer activity

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets about the upcoming Premier League campaign and why managers continue to be baited by Jose Mourinho.

One of the most notable things about the starting lineups for Arsenal and Chelsea in Sunday's Community Shield was their familiarity. Of the 22 players who lined up, only one was a new signing, and that was Petr Cech, signed by Arsene Wenger from Jose Mourinho.

As foolish as it might seem, for the start of a new season it was rather disappointing as a spectator not to see a collection of new faces to run the rule over, coming to hasty and irrational conclusions by either getting prematurely excited...

Wenger-Mourinho spat, Wembley lessons, Bayern doubts, quiet Benitez

The ESPN FC crew react to Roy Keane's comments that Arsenal are too concerned with posting selfies, than winning titles.

The Community Shield is not a real trophy. The game is a friendly, albeit the kind we call high-profile because it's at Wembley and live on the global airwaves. Yet there are still nuggets to be extracted from Arsenal's win vs. Chelsea on Sunday.

First and foremost is that the next time Arsene Wenger faces Jose Mourinho, nobody will be there to remind him that he has never beaten the "Special One." At the 14th attempt, Mourinho's team fell to Wenger's.

That streak, of course, should have been wholly...

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John Terry: Chelsea defeat to Arsenal was horrible but could be wake-up call

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets about the upcoming Premier League campaign and why managers continue to be baited by Jose Mourinho.
The ESPN FC crew react to Roy Keane's comments that Arsenal are too concerned with posting selfies, than winning titles.
Former Arsenal man Paul Mariner contends that Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger need to end their little feud and shake hands.
Chelsea's Gary Cahill felt they were the better side in their Community Shield defeat by Arsenal.
Chelsea first team manager Jose Mourinho says Arsenal abandoned their attacking philosophies to secure a 1-0 win in the Community Shield on Sunday, but congratulated them on the victory.

Chelsea captain John Terry hopes losing to Arsenal in Sunday's Community Shield can serve as a blessing in disguise for the defending Premier League champions.

Arsenal won 1-0 through a goal from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as Chelsea struggled to assert their usual dominance over their London rivals.

"It hurts," Terry admitted of having to watch Arsenal lift the trophy. "When you see them walk up, no matter if it's a friendly or a Community Shield, it's a trophy at the end of the day.

"It's horrible,...